Sports Premium

 

School Sports Premium- Impact Report 2016-2017

Vision: All pupils leave our academy physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

Objective: To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in our academy against 5 key indicators:

1.   The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity- kick starting healthy active lifestyles

2.   The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

3.   Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

4.   Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

5.   Increased participation in competitive sport

Total Funding allocated: £9085.00

Review Dates in year: End of year review

Key Outcome Indicator

Academy focus/ Planned impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Funding

Evidence

Actual impact on pupils

Sustainability/ Next steps

Children leave Godley exceeding the national curriculum expectation in swimming.

Provide extra swimming sessions for children who have exceeded NC expectation (23 children = 77%)

ALL Children in the year 4 class to attend weekly swimming lessons

77% of total swimming costs

77% of 2040 =

 

£1570

 

Swimming data

All children who had exceeded the expectation made good progress in swimming over the year achieving…

Continue to provide swimming session to pupils who have already met the NC expectation.

The profile of PE and sport raised across the school. Higher levels of engagement in physical activity.

 

 

To promote healthy week and general health and fitness

Freddy Fit to deliver physical activity sessions to all children and staff in school to promote health and fitness and enhance healthy week.

£400

Photographs and videos

Pupil comments

Staff comments

Pupils, families and staff engaged in physical activity.  Pupils were informed about healthy living and have  become more motivated to lead healthy lifestyles through their motivational sessions with ‘Freddy Fit’

Staff continue to teach children about the many aspects of healthy living through PSHE and Science. 

PE ambassadors to continue to raise the profile of PE and sport.  Freddy Fit to return next year to enthuse and motivate all pupils, families and staff.

Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching dance.

To provide CPD for all staff through the employment of a dance coach

 

 

Dance coach to team teach with staff to improve the quality of teaching and learning in dance.

£2315

Regular dance performances showcasing pupil’s achievements.

Pupils are willing to take part in dance performances in front of a large audience.  Staff feel more confident to teach effective dance sessions.  Pupils have more confidence in creating their own dance routines and contribute ideas to whole class routines.

Staff to continue to teach effective dance sessions without the dance coach.

 

Pupils continue to perform dance routines regularly in assemblies.

Increased participation in competitive sport

 

 

To give children the opportunities to participate in cluster competitions

 

 

 

 

 

Children to take part in a wide range of sport competitions throughout the year

 

 

£300

Photographs, Friday news, twitter, competition registers.

12 x competitions entered last year.  2 teams taken to 2 of them.  10 children at each competition = 140 places

 

Plus football comps – year 4/year 5 and 6 = 20 children

 

160 total

Continue to be a member of the cluster and take part in regular competitions.  Monitor pupil participation to increase opportunities.

Increased participation in competitive sport

 

To give children the opportunities to participate in cluster competitions

 

Children to participate in borough competitions across the year

£200

Photographs, Friday news, twitter, competition registers.

12 x competitions entered last year.  2 teams taken to 2 of them.  10 children at each competition = 140 places

 

Plus football comps – year 4/year 5 and 6 = 20 children

 

160 total

Continue to participate in borough competitions. Monitor pupil participation to increase opportunities

Increased participation in competitive sport

 

To provide transport to ensure children can attend competitions and festivals

Children to take part in a wide range of sport competitions throughout the year

 

£400

Photographs, Friday news, twitter, competition registers.

12 x competitions entered last year.  2 teams taken to 2 of them.  10 children at each competition = 140 places

 

Plus football comps – year 4/year 5 and 6 = 20 children

 

160 total

Continue to provide transport for children attending competitions that are too far to walk to.

Increased participation of less active children  in physical activity

HLTA/sports coach to provide organised physical activities at lunch targeting specific children

Less active children to take part in structured play and physical activity at lunch times.

£1014

Pupil comments

List of targeted pupils.

 

Less active children have engaged in more physical activity at lunch time with support and encouragement from Mr Radford

Sport ambassadors and lunch time assistants to continue this role with Mr Radford to manage.

Pupils experience a wider range of sports and physical activities.

To fund year 6 pupils to attend community outdoor adventures day.

All children in year to 6 experience outdoor and adventurous activities with children from other schools to develop community links and support transition.

£450

Photographs

Invoice

Friday News

 

Children experienced sports and activities they have not done before such as archery.  Children teamed up with children from 10 other schools in Hyde to develop community links and support transition.

Continue to attend this community event.

Pupils experience a wider range of sports and physical activities.

To fund year 6 children to take part in climbing at Sky High

Children in year 6 to experience climbing at Medlock Sky High Adventure.

£200

Photographs

Friday News

Children experienced climbing activities which developed specific skills for climbing, self-esteem, perseverance e and challenge.

Continue to fund trips/activities which give children opportunities to experience a wider range of sports and physical activities.

High quality sport and dance resources

To replenish equipment to ensure resources are of good quality

Audit of resources and replaced where appropriate

£600

New resources –

Footballs, table tennis table, bean bags, soft balls, tennis balls, cones.

Children have access to high quality resources where participating in PE and physical activity.

To set time and money aside for the replenishment of resources every year.

PE overview and schemes of work in place

To design PE curriculum overview and develop effective schemes of work for PE

Time out of class to review and amend the PE overview for the school to ensure coverage and progressions.

Release time – 3 days £450

Curriculum overview

Schemes of work

There are clear progressions in curriculum overview and schemes of work and a wide range of skills through different sports are taught.

To continue to monitor, develop and enhance the PE curriculum overview and schemes of work.

Healthy week activities promote healthy living across the whole achool

To promote healthy and active lifestyles through healthy week

Staff to plan suitable activities to promote healthy lifestyles which may involve the purchase of outside agencies or resources.

£500

Planning

Timetables

Photographs

Children took part in a wide variety of sporting activities and learnt ways to cook and make healthy meals and snacks

TO plan and deliver healthy week every year

Staff attend suitable training for PE and sport to ensure quality to broaden skills and experiences.

To broaden skills and experiences of teachers to broaden opportunities for children

Member of staff to attend yoga course to deliver yoga sessions in school

Full day cover

£80

Yoga sessions implemented in some ape sessions and with intervention groups.

Targeted children know some relaxation techniques.  Elements of Yoga taught within PE cool down sessions.

Yoga club to be delivered next year to targeted children.

Children experience a wide range of sport and physical activity to promote healthy lifestyles

To introduce children to a new type of physical activity to support general wellbeing.

Year 3 children to experience a yoga session from a trained yoga teacher to support their learning about healthy lifestyles including healthy minds

 

Yoga teacher

£60

Year 3 children took part in small group yoga sessions with a fully qualified instructor. 

Children know relaxation techniques and have knowledge and experience of Yoga and the cultural origins.

Yoga to be delivered to other year groups.

 

 

 

£359

 

 

 

 

 

 

£8898

 

 

 

 

  1. Sport Grant Award - 2014-2015
  2. Sports Premium 2013-2014